After departing Stawell airport, trekking north over farm land - this is a great opportunity to understand Western Victoria's wheat belt and learn all about the different stages of farming and the overall importance.
Before reaching your first Silo Art in the town of Sheep Hills. A town which hit it's peak population in 1921 with 269 people, still has a small community to which now has gained much attention with artwork painted by a Melbourne artist: Adnate, onto the silo. Making your journey back towards Stawell you will pass the Rupanyup's silos - very different from all the other silo's. This small town has a Russian influence with artist Julia Volchkova leaving her mark with a painting of two local young people - find out about them and why they were chosen to be painted as you orbit this street art & learn about this town of just 500 people before returning back to Stawell airport.
OR: option to add the third silo up to Brim - the silo that started it all. Artist Guido Van Helten put this small town of just 100 people on the international map when he painted the first of these non-functioning silo's. Flying over townships such as Warracknabeal when you add the extra silo and extend your flight time. See options during the check out process.
PLUS: option to add flight time over the Grampians National park on your return if you wish to see this amazing mountain range that was the Eastern Coast of Australia many years ago. This option is available during the check out process when you proceed to book online.
Additionally your commentary from your locally born and raised pilot allows for passengers to gain authentic real information about the area.
This Flight is available 7 days. Total Flight time approx. 1 hour (allow for additional air time if booking extras)